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Subject color and css file - SOLVED

  • Apr. 2nd, 2007 at 9:10 PM
I'm really stuck. I've just changed to expressive from smooth sailing and seem to be going round in circles trying to find what i want to do. I want to make really simple changes so will just be adding them to the CSS custom box.

First, is there a default style-sheet I can refer to to see what I'm meant to be over-riding?

What I really want to do is to be able to add a faint background color to the subject title. I'm getting confused with the asset boxes and just can't work it out.

Thanks!

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av8rmike
Apr. 3rd, 2007 02:59 am (UTC)
First, is there a default style-sheet I can refer to to see what I'm meant to be over-riding?
No. There are 4, 5, sometimes 6, depending on theme. ;) You can view them by viewing your journal page source and finding the section that starts with the lines <link rel="stylesheet" etc...>; these are the paths to the stylesheets.
With the section you added, you were really close, though:
.page-header2,
.post-asset .asset-name a {
    background-color: #xxxxxx;
}
(not bg-color, and take out the first line, unless you want a bar the entire width of the journal entry.)
springdaisyk
Apr. 3rd, 2007 08:04 pm (UTC)
Fabulous! You've made me happy :D
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